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From bjorn@throun.is Sat Jul 4 13:16:14 1998 Received: from fura.throun.is (fura.throun.is []) by spog.gaertner.de (8.8.8/8.8.8/Nase) with ESMTP id NAA05037 for <bugs@gaertner.de>; Sat, 4 Jul 1998 13:16:12 +0200 Received: from bjorn.throun.is (bjorn.throun.is []) by fura.throun.is (8.8.8/8.8.8) with SMTP id LAA00669; Sat, 4 Jul 1998 11:17:00 GMT Received: by bjorn.throun.is with Microsoft Mail id <01BDA73D.1FD15CA0@bjorn.throun.is>; Sat, 4 Jul 1998 11:16:00 -0000 Message-Id: <01BDA73D.1FD15CA0@bjorn.throun.is> Date: Sat, 4 Jul 1998 11:15:59 -0000 From: "Bjorn G. Helgason" <bjorn@throun.is> To: "'bugs@gaertner.de'" <bugs@gaertner.de> Cc: "'Eric Iverson'" <eiverson@interlog.com> Subject: the i386 family >Number: 9 >Category: j-unix >Synopsis: the i386 family >Confidential: no >Severity: non-critical >Priority: medium >Responsible: gnats-admin >State: closed >Class: doc-bug >Submitter-Id: unknown >Arrival-Date: Sat Jul 4 13:22:02 MET DST 1998 >Last-Modified: Sat Feb 27 21:42:45 MET 1999 >Originator: >Organization: >Release: >Environment: >Description: Taken from the readme file on j401c > Operating system: Linux > Processor: i686 (and its family) I think you mean i386 and not i686 or ix86 > Linux spog 2.0.32 #5 Thu Dec 11 13:10:45 MET 1997 i686 and again i386 and not i686 or ix86 >How-To-Repeat: >Fix: >Audit-Trail: State-Changed-From-To: open-feedback State-Changed-By: neitzel State-Changed-When: Mon Jul 6 11:45:15 MET DST 1998 State-Changed-Why: The label "i686 (and its family)" is intended to include the entire Intel x86 family starting with the 80386. I hope that people are aware of that range. The "README" is generated automatically and the values reflect what's really involved. I'll definitely keep the information about the machine used to make the package, i.e. "Linux spog i686". If the target description of the package was too misleading to you, please let me know. Also, please let me know if you are not able to run J on your i486. And just for my information, I would like to know which Linux distribution you are running ("Red Hat version x.y" or whatever) and which linux kernel (output of "uname -a"). State-Changed-From-To: feedback-closed State-Changed-By: neitzel State-Changed-When: Thu Jul 9 11:48:16 MET DST 1998 State-Changed-Why: runs on 486. >Unformatted:

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